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Hard edged thriller, examining the legacy of fascism. Linda and Robin lure Helena into a decaying mansion house in order to relive and act out past events, motivated by a deep bitterness that has grown more twisted over the years. Doors bang, the tension mounts, and their shocking intentions are revealed. With a twist or two in the tale, Children of the Wolf will leave you thoroughly engrossed, if not a little on edge.
On an evening in 1932 Robert and Freda Caplan host a dinner party for their colleagues and friends, all executives at a transatlantic publishing company. Young, beautiful and successful they have the world at their feet. Then a cigarette box and an ill-considered remark spark off a relentless series of revelations and other, more dangerous secrets are painfully exposed. As the truth spills out about the suicide of Robert's clever, reckless brother, and the group's perfect lives begin to crumble, the cost of professional and social success becomes frighteningly plain.
Wannabe actress Libby has hitchhiked miles to seek her fame, fortune and father in Hollywood. Surely having a Dad who s a screenwriter should help her get a break? Even if he did abandon his family 16 years ago. But she soon discovers that Herb is a writer with a block who has trouble coming to terms with his new role. A charming portrait of an unlikely family reunion from the author of Brighton Beach Memoirs, Plaza Suite, The Odd Couple and Barefoot In The Park.
Lettice Duffet, an expert on medieval cuisine and weaponry, is a tour guide of Fustian House, the most boring stately home in Britain -- until she begins to embellish her tours, which become more interesting as they stray further from the facts. Charlotte Schoen, sent by the Preservation Trust to investigate, is not amused and fires her. But she becomes drawn to Lettice's romantic world view, and the two women forge an alliance based on their love of history in the face of dreary modern life. This elegant and light British comedy by the author of Equus and Amadeus won the Tony Award for Best Play.
Inspired by and devised from over 130 wonderful letters received from Land Girls, Lilies on the Land celebrates the remarkable experiences of women who signed up for the Land Army during World War II. Overalls full of mice, toilet rolls from the sky, swede bashing and five inch baths, Lilies on the Land recounts the hardships and joys of this unique time for England's women, through energetic narrative and much loved songs of the time.
The Thrill of Love takes a new look at the woman behind the headlines and the events that drove her to murder. A divorcee with a young child to care for, Ruth works hard, plays hard and dreams of a movie-star life. When she becomes obsessed with the wealthy, womanising David, fame comes but not in the way she imagines. Inspector Gale is on the track of the truth: why does her relationship end in murder? Why does she plead not guilty but offer no defence? Why does she show no remorse? And just who is she trying to protect?